Schöck Isokorb®.The future model.

We would like to provide you with optimal support for your building projects. To help keep track of the growing variety of products, we are introducing a new naming structure for the Schöck Isokorb® product range. At the same time, we are making our product portfolio fit for the digital future.

To help you, we explain in detail the new structure of the product naming.

For construction projects already planned, you can of course continue to use the old naming this year. For new construction projects we ask you to use the new names.

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How to find the new name easily

To make it easier for you to switch from the previous name of the Schöck Isokorb® to the new name, we provide you with a translation tool. This allows you to quickly and easily translate the old names into the new names or vice versa.

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Please enter at least 3 characters. Example: KXT30. Various suggestions will now be made. Simply select one.
Abbreviated Name

In addition to the long name, you can now also use the bold short name for orders or your software:

Isokorb® XT type K-M2-V1-R0-CV35-X120-H160-6.0

Validity of old name

For existing building projects, you will still be able to use the old naming. For new projects we will be using the new naming system in our documentation.

The model name in the future will be an integral part of all Schöck Isokorb® types. The corresponding abbreviation is always placed in front of the word "Type".

Isokorb® XT type K-M2-V1-R0-CV35-H160-L1000-6.0

The basic types

The abbreviations of the basic types have remained the same except for four types. Anyone familiar with the Schöck Isokorb® range will quickly find their way around.

The previously named Isokorb® type KST is now called type S for "steel". One of the benefits of the product lies in its modular nature. This is what our previous type KST did not represent in its name. Therefore, we have changed the structure of the product group and decided to rename it Type S, with the connection variants S-N and S-V.

This also affects the steel to concrete connections, previously named type KS and type QS. Again, "S" for "steel" will be used as a prefix, with the products now named type SK and type SQ.

The previous Type S and Type SXT are now called Type B for "beams".

The previous connections for corner balconies type K-corner and type EXT are now called type C for "Corner".

The basic type is directly after the word "type".

Example: Isokorb® XT type K-M2-V1-R0-CV35-H160-L1000-6.0

Load Capacity

The load capacity begins with an abbreviation of the respective force (M, V, N). If forces occur in both directions, the letter abbreviations are doubled (MM, VV, NN). The load-bearing levels are numbered consecutively, starting with 1 for the smallest load-bearing level. Different Isokorb® types with the same load bearing level designation do not necessarily have the same load bearing capacity. The load-bearing level must always be determined using design tables or design programs.

Fire Resistance

The fire resistance class (e.g. REI120) will follow the capacity and forms an integral part of the product name. If no fire protection is provided, the designation will be R0.

Example: Isokorb® XT type K-M2-V1-R0-CV35-H160-L1000-6.0

Dimensions include the following information:

  • Concrete cover CV
  • Insulation thickness X
  • Insulation height H

Dimensions may also include the following information:

  • Insulation length L or insulation width B (depending on installation position)
  • Bond length LR
  • Diameter Thread D

Isokorb® XT type K-M2-V1-R0-CV35-H160-L1000-6.0

The generation number changes as a result of product developments and concludes each product designation of a Schöck Isokorb®.

Example: Isokorb® XT type K-M2-V1-R0-CV35-H160-L1000-6.0